Vice President and Commercial Electrical Manager, Ralph Schodel
Over the last decade the Lollypop Farm has cared for more than 250 horses. With the addition of this new facility, they will be able to provide even better care for these beautiful creatures.
Take a look at this inside of the new training and rehabilitation center!
From planning stages to construction, our skilled design team managed the design and coordination of the new building's electrical needs.
Giving hope to homeless and abused horses
"This arena will allow us to evaluate them, enrich, train, exercise and adopt these horses out," said Gillian Hargrave, VP & C.O.O. of Lollypop Farm. "We can do it in a safe, productive space 12 months out of the year - which is saying something in Rochester, New York."
Pony Up! Campaign
The Pony Up! campaign supported the new, million dollar facility.